Robert A. Schadler
Robert A. Schadler "is the President of Educational Enrichments, an information service based in Washington, DC and the president of two small educational and cultural foundations.
"He has a BSFS degree from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service where he was a National Merit and GM Scholar. He has an MA in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania (and PhD Candidate) where he was an Earhart Fellow. He has taught at Rutgers University and served for ten years as the Managing Editor of The Political Science Reviewer. He was also the editor of The Intercollegiate Review and continues to serve as a contributing editor.
"He served for over a decade in the U.S. government's foreign affairs agencies, including the US Information Agency and the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (now both part of the State Department) and the Voice of America. His positions included Director of the Office of International Visitors and Chief of Staff to the Director of USIA. Upon returning to the private sector, he has founded a business and two foundations, served as a trustee, executive director, consultant and advisor to several other think tanks and foundations. He edits a monthly e-mail newsletter and lectures periodically on political theory and foreign policy here and overseas. He has served for several years as a judge in the national civics competition of the Center for Civic Education and for the national Mensa Scholarship competition." 
- Director, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
- Secretary, Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy 
- Senior Fellow, American Foreign Policy Council